Curriculum

The Upper School curriculum includes English, Social Studies/History, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Language, Religious Studies and Health/Driver Education.

Honors Sections are offered in English, Science, Social Studies, Mathematics and Foreign Language. Advanced Placement courses are offered in English, Calculus, U.S. History, U.S. Government, Psychology and Biology. Dual enrollment college credit courses are offered in English, Political Science, International Relations, Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry and Anatomy and Physiology.

The Upper School academic program includes the courses listed below:

Upper School and Postgraduate Course Offerings

English

English I, II, III, IV
Honors English I, II, III
English V (Postgraduate English)
Senior Composition
Postgraduate Writing
AP English IV
College English Composition (Six hour dual enrollment college credit)

Languages

Latin I, II, III
German I, II, III, IV
Spanish I, II, III, IV, V

Mathematics

Review of Math Functions
Algebra I
Algebra II
Honors Algebra II
Geometry
Honors Geometry
Advanced Algebra/Trigonometry
Statistics
Calculus
College Pre-Calculus/Trig (Six hour dual enrollment college credit)
AP Calculus (AB)
AP Calculus (BC)

Sciences

Earth Science
Biology
Honors Biology
Chemistry
Honors Chemistry
Honors Physics
Astronomy
Anatomy and Physiology (Three hour duall enrollment college credit)

Social Studies

Western Civilization
Honors Western Civilization
U.S. History I & II
U.S. Government
Economics
AP U.S. History
Sociology
AP Government
College Political Science (Six hour dual enrollment college credit)
College International Relations
AP Psychology (Six hour dual enrollment college credit)

Health Education

Taken during freshmen year

Religious Studies

Taken usually during the junior year

Resource Class

Elective program for students in need of additional academic support

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Elective program for international students

Electives

Band
Chorus
Drama
Water Safety

 

Honors Sections

English I, II, III
Geometry
Western Civilization
Algebra II
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Spanish II, III, IV, V

Dual Enrollment (College) Courses

English Composition (6 credits)
Political Science (6 credits)
International Relations (6 credits)
Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry (6 credits)
Anatomy and Physiology (3 credits)

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

English Literature and Composition
Calculus AB and BC
US History
US Government
Psychology